# Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation.
# Licensed under the MIT license.
from sklearn.metrics.cluster import adjusted_rand_score
from typing import Any, Dict
import numpy as np
__all__ = ["ari"]
primary_partition: Dict[Any, int],
test_partition: Dict[Any, int],
) -> float:
Given two partition schemas, a primary partition mapping (the most accurate representation of truth) and the test
partition mapping (to be scored against that accurate representation of truth), calculate the Adjusted Rand Index.
:param Dict[Any, int] primary_partition: The most accurate representation of truth for cluster or community
membership of nodes. The keys are vertex labels and the values are the cluster/community/partition labels.
:param Dict[Any, int] test_partition: The partition mapping to compare against the primary partition. The keys are
vertex labels and the values are the cluster/community/partition labels.
:return: The adjusted rand index for the two mappings
:raises ValueError: If the primary partition and test partition do not have an identical vertex label set.
if primary_partition.keys() != test_partition.keys():
raise ValueError("The reference partition provided does not contain the exact same keys as the predicted "
"clusters; an ari score cannot be generated automatically.")
size = len(primary_partition.keys())
primary = np.empty(size, dtype=int)
test = np.empty(size, dtype=int)
for i, vertex in enumerate(primary_partition.keys()):
primary[i] = primary_partition[vertex]
test[i] = test_partition[vertex]
return adjusted_rand_score(labels_true=primary, labels_pred=test)